Justine Randall: There has never been a better time to be an IFA

Number of advisers not high enough to service client demand

Jenna Brown
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There has “never been a better time to be a financial planner” and there are not enough advisers to service growing client demand, delegates heard.

Speaking at the second day of the Personal Investment Management & Financial Advice Association (PIMFA) Women's Symposium yesterday (17 April), Tatton Investment Management chief commercial officer (CCO) Justine Randall said the business opportunities for financial planners were ripe as client demand outstripped supply. She said fee models were robust and the industry was creating attention and drawing people in, however, there are "still not enough people coming into that landscape". "There has never been a better time to be a planner. There are not enough to go around while more cli...

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